Deep Frying Tips for the New Chef

​Deep frying can be a beautiful art in cooking and ensuring that food is moist and flavored well. Anytime a cook decides to take this important step in their chef adventures it is important that they have all the information about what could possibly go wrong and how to avoid it. The dangers of deep … Read more…

Best Deep Fryer Basket Reviews In 2019

​Fryer baskets are a key component for many deep fryers.  Some fryers come with multiple baskets so that you can cook separate foods at the same time.​ Baskets are frequently stainless steel, nickel-plated, or chrome plated, and come in several shapes and sizes.  Some of the newer fryers have rotating baskets.​ The basket turns in … Read more…

Accu Sharp Knife Sharpener Review

​This pocket-sized knife sharpener is definitely for the outdoorsman.​ The initials OD stand for olive drab, which relates to the great outdoors.​ The sharpener is dishwasher safe, and you can clean it with soap and water. The ergonomic design of the large handle makes it a comfortable fit for your left or right hand. Accu … Read more…

Corona AC 8300 Sharpening Tool Review

​Corona is a company that was founded in the early 1920s, and they are a leader in the manufacturing of consumer and professional tools for landscape, lawn and garden, irrigation, landscape, agriculture and construction. One of their top selling products is the Corona AC8300, another small, but powerful sharpening tool.​ Corona designs their tools for … Read more…

Lansky PS-MED01 BladeMedic Review

​The Lansky PS-MED01 Tungsten Carbide sharpener is like having a total knife sharpening kit in your pocket. This sharpener can also be used for serrated blades, hunting knives, fishing knives, gut hooks, and just almost any other type of knife blade. The term used by Lansky for this blade is “First Aid for your Blade!” … Read more…

Wusthof 9-Inch Diamond Steel Review

​Another steel manufactured by Wusthof is the 9-inch diamond steel narrow. This 9-inch diamond steel will not only align your knife edge, but because of the fine abrasives, will also sharpen while realigning.​ Traditional steels do not have that characteristic.​ Because the diamond steel is very fine, it will create a very fine edge, and … Read more…